[Reading] ➬ Burrows ➳ Reavis Z. Wortham – Jwdfitness.co.uk

[Reading] ➬ Burrows  ➳ Reavis Z. Wortham – Jwdfitness.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 250 pages
  • Burrows
  • Reavis Z. Wortham
  • English
  • 16 April 2018
  • 146420005X

Burrows Lyndon B Johnson Is President, Beatlemania Is In Overdrive And Gasoline Costs 30 Cents A Gallonwhen Ned Parker Retires As Constable In Center Springs, Texas But His Plan To Live A Quiet Life As A Cotton Farmer Is Torpedoed A Phone Call Leads Ned To A Body In The Red River And Into The Urgent Investigation Headed By His Nephew, The Newly Elected Constable Cody Parker Together They Work To Head Off A Multi State Killing Spree That Sets Northeast Texas On Fire As The Weeks Pass, Ned S Grandchildren, Ten Year Old Top And His Tomboy Cousin Pepper, Struggle With Personal Issues Resulting From Their Traumatic Experiences At The Rock Hole Only Months Before They Now Find Themselves In The Middle Of A Nightmare For Which No One Can Prepare Cody And Deputy John Washington, The Law South Of The Tracks, Follow A Lead From Their Small Community To The Long Abandoned Cotton Exchange Warehouse In Chisum Stunned, They Find The Exchange Packed Full Of The Town S Cast Off Garbage And Riddled With Booby Trapped Passageways And Dark Burrows Despite Ned S Warnings, Cody Enters The Building And Finds Himself Relying On His Recent Military Experiences To Save Both Himself And Big John Unfortunately, The Trail Doesn T End There And The Killing Spree Continues


About the Author: Reavis Z. Wortham

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10 thoughts on “Burrows

  1. says:

    This is the second book in this great series I forgot how much I liked these characters until I got back into this one It s the 60 s in a small town in North Texas and the whole town is terrified of a killer who is cutting people s heads off The young, newly promoted Constable is in a bit over his head so his Uncle, the recently retired Constable is called back in to help along side he and the local Sheriff This mystery is a strange one that delves deep into the compulsive behav...

  2. says:

    I loved it as much as I did his other book The Rock Hole For the same reasons takes me right back to the 1960s when LBJ was president and the Beatles were hot And kids spent time with their grandparents

  3. says:

    Cody Parker maybe the elected constable of Center Springs, Texas, but it s still Ned, Cody s father, who gets the largest percentage of calls So, it s Ned they call when a body is pulled from the nearby river A headless body It isn t long before the corpse is identified as an inmate from the nervous house One of three who have killed their way across the Midwest Now it seems they re in Chisholm One of them, at least Kendall Boden, and he isn t done with what he started.These stories are w Cody Parker maybe the elected constable of Center Springs, Texas, but it s still Ne...

  4. says:

    The Burrows is the 2nd book in the Red River Mystery Series I enjoyed The Rock Hole very much which is the first book I wanted to continue with the series Ned Parker, a retired Constable from Lamar County in Texas, is called out to the Red River to help recover a body caught in fishing lines People out of habit call him when there is a problem Ned calls his Nephew Cody Parker, who is the new constable, to come to the scene What they discover is a ...

  5. says:

    Once again, Reavis Wortham takes his mysteries into the world of literary writing This second installment of his Red River Mysteries combines Tom Becky Sawyer, 1960 s Texas small town cowboys, Vietnam War veterans experiences in tunnels, and a touch of Steven King, to produce a fast passed thriller with a coming of age story Ned has resigned as Constable but the towns folks continue to call upon him with their needs even though Cody has taken over this job Truly, these two men, and Ned Once again, Reavis Wortham takes his mysteries into the world of literary writing This second installment of his Red River Mysteries combines Tom Becky Sawyer, 1960 s Texas small town cowboys, Vietnam War veterans experiences in tunnels, and a touch of Steven King, to produce a fast passed thriller with a coming of age story Ned has resigned as Constable but the towns folks continue to call upon him with their needs even though Cody has taken over this job Truly, these two men, and Ned s counterpart in the Black community, John Worthington, work as a teem anyway, as titles are of little use to anyone In this small community Ten year olds Top, and his precocious cousin Pepper, want in on all the action too Though this may also result in whippings, and mouth washings with soap, their curiosity can not be thwarted When a headless body is found in the surrounding waters, a nightmare premonition of Cody s seems to be playing out in real life A hoarder of the f...

  6. says:

    Outstanding This man can really write Plus he has a real feel for the region, the individual characters and their world view or lack thereof and he demonstrates kinship with men of wide ranging ages The women are another story.This is the second strong novel from this author and it s quite dark and difficult It s the 1960s in rural Texas, near the Oklahoma border A member of one of the larger families in and around Chisum has disappeared from a Midwestern asylum and appears to be murderin Outstanding This man can really write Plus he has a real feel for the region, the individual characters and their world view or lack thereof and he demonstrates kinship with men of wide ranging ages The women are another story.This is the second strong novel from this author and it s quite dark and difficult It s the 1960s in rural Texas, near the Oklahoma border A member of one of the larger families in and around Chisum has disappeared from a Midwestern asylum and appears to be murdering his way across the belly of the nation toward a quiet town Ned ...

  7. says:

    I loved the first book in this series, The Rock Hole, so I knew this one would be fabulous as well Most of the same characters are back including Top, Pepper, Uncle Cody, Miss Becky and Constable Ned Top and Pepper are still overcoming the terrors of the Rock Hole I think it would be helpful to read that book first.Burrows revolves around as seemingly abandoned cotton exchange warehouse In fact Cody was having nightmares about it for weeks before Cody and Deputy John Washington head into th I loved the first book in this series, The Rock Hole, so I knew this one would be fabulous as well Most of the same characters are back including Top, Pepper, Uncle Cody, Miss Becky and Constable Ned Top and Pepper are still overcoming the terrors of the Rock Hole I think it would be helpful to read that book first.Burrows revolves around as seemingly abandoned cotton exchange warehouse In fact Cody was having night...

  8. says:

    Wortham continues to impress me with his latest work, Burrows This sequel to The Rock Hole is every bit as good as advertised Burrows continues to follow the adventures and misadventures of Ned Parker, his family, and the residents of Center Springs, Texas in the 1960s This book has you on the edge of your seat at times when the characters are in some very tense situations, but will have you laughing out loud just a few ...

  9. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed the first book in the series A 1960s Western coupled with the mystery was highly entertaining This book on the other hand, readslike a Dean Koontz novel Perhaps if I enjoyed reading horror I would ve rated this higher But that s just not the case The two children that provided humor and comic relief in the first book, were bratty in this...

  10. says:

    This book was published this year and I understand it is the 2nd of a series by this author The scenario takes place shortly following the VietNam war I m enjoying modern mystery thrillers with modern technology, cell phones, forensics, DNA, GPS, etc If a rea...

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